The entire night? You say this like the fight was longer than a round and a half. This is what I saw, I saw a guy(weidman) fail to implement his gameplan(takedown silva, GnP and/or submit him) and abandon it to swing for the fences and it worked for him. That's it. The striking and counter striking department has always been Silva's strength, most guys want to avoid it.
You want to see things that aren't there and make **** up? Go right ahead. If that's how you like to live your life, who am I to tell you otherwise? Not like you're going to listen anyway, it's part of living in a world devoid of reason. Absolutely nothing wrong with living in that kind of world, just shuts out a lot of learning, that's it.
Perfect placed. This is a realistic description.
Rewatch the fight, guys and pay attention to Weidman and Anderson facial expressions along it and be honest to yourselves about Weidman "dominating" the fight bell to bell or "having Anderson's number".
Begining - stand up:
Anderson relaxed. Weidman concernd.
Take down/ Ground scramble/ Sub attempt:
Anderson concerned/ focused on exit/ get up. Weidman the same.
Back to the feet:
Anderson relaxed. Weidman concerned.
Anderson nullifies Weidman's TD atrempts:
Anderson extra relaxed. His disdain for Weidman's skills becomes evident. Weidman extra concerned and totally lost in his strategy.
Anderson crosses the line:
Anderson lose all his focus and gives up fighting for pure goofiness. Weidman, unable to implement his TD, still concentrated in winning the fight takes the chance that was given to him, and finally, Weidman looks relaxed after finding Anderson's jaw.
Weidman knows that, with the exception of KOing Anderson, he didn't do what he wanted in that fight.